Active Shooter Liability

Legal aspect regarding Work Place Violence and Active Shooter Preparedness One of the regulations under the Occupational Safety & Health Administration Section OSHA of the United States Department of Labor *General Duty Clause, Section 5 (a)(1) states, “Each employer shall furnish to each of his/her employees, employment and a place of employment which are free…

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Security Advance Tips

The Problem: A very successful foreign business owner and his wife arrive in Las Vegas to attend Fight Week. He has VIP access to multiple days of fights and activities in multiple venues. He requires security for him and his wife however does not have a fight tickets for the security detail, (1-2 security professionals)…

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Security driver training, is it worth it?

The Problem: Give a client’s security needs and budgetary requirements there is rarely a plan and funding for professional security drivers. Yet clients still need to be driven from point A to point B,C,D when visiting cities and locations that are outside of their normal place of business. The Situation and the Solution: The honest…

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Executive Protection Training Pitfalls

Recently there have been many inquires sent to me, and in multiple social media forums regarding the world of Executive Protection training. I will try to address some of those questions and some industry issues that we face on a daily basis. Training…. Training is a critical part of any job you do, however with…

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Be an expert of your city

The Problem: Most security professionals are not subject matter experts in the city they work in. Aside from the normal book answers of knowing multiple routes to and from locations A,B,C ect and knowing where the local hospitals are located most do not give much thought to being an expert in their city. Being knowledgeable…

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